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Craig Cohen and Guy Hutchinson chat about the history of The Muppets in cinema, capping the discussion off with Hornswoggle's performance in Muppets Most Wanted. They also talk up the 2011 Muppet episode of Monday Night Raw and compare Vince McMahon to Jim Henson.
Guy Hutchinson and Craig Cohen are joined by OTR's Captain Marvelous to
discuss Scooby-Doo! Wrestlemania Mystery featuring the voice talents of
John Cena, The Miz, Kane, Brodus Clay, AJ Lee, HHH, Santino, and Mr.
McMahon. While running down the plot they also offer their thoughts on
the movie and reveal which voice talent killed a man. Afterwards as an
added bonus Guy and Craig give Captain Marvelous their Wrestlemania 30
predictions. Camel Clutch Cinema #81: Scooby-Doo! Wrestlemania Mystery.
Craig Cohen and Guy Hutchinson take a look at the Star Trek: Voyager episode "Tsunkatse" featuring The Rock. They also discuss the history of Star Trek, try and figure out which character actors are under alien make up and then dish on No Way Out 2000.
Guy Hutchinson and Craig Cohen take a look at Andre The Giant's 1983 appearance on the
Greatest American Hero episode Heaven is in Your Genes. In addition to
the plot they discuss Andre's amazing agility, what wrestler William
Katt reminds Guy of and what happens when the Junkyard Dog headbutts a
Guy and Craig return to Taco Bell to try the returning Chili Cheese Burrito. They also review the Arnold Schwarzenegger film The Sixth Day, make a huge calendar botch, talk about the XFL and pontificate upon a future full of laser razors, creepy dolls, clones and nacho flavored bananas.
Craig Cohen and Guy Hutchinson discuss the 1987 film Running Man and the performances by Jesse The Body Ventura and Prof. Toru Tanaka. They also prattle on about Richard Dawson kissing old ladies, films set in 2017 and workout videos.
Craig and Guy spotlight movies where people watch wrestling. They
discuss Tatanka vs. Barry Hardy as seen in Natural Born Killers, Michael
Cole and Jerry the King Lawler's "breakout" performance in The
Hangover III, and Vince McMahon's commentary during the Bob
Backlund/Sika match featured in Creepshow. Along the way they discuss
Bill Cosby's fascination with the name Rudy, and the unforgettable sight
of Warren Beatty rapping.
All this and much much more on Camel Clutch Cinema #76!